Iago will continue his lies and deceptions as long as Desdemona and Othello’s marriage is intact. The use of dramatic irony reveal includes Iago’s claims that, “Or failing so, yet that I put the Moor/ At least into a jealousy so strong/ That judgment cannot cure” (II.1. 300-302). Iago believes that placing Othello into a pit of jealousy and paranoia will make him feel better. Iago believes he has to destroy Othello, because he believes that Othello committed adultery with his wife, Emilia.
Possibly the most noticeable legacy of narcissism is the “I- ideal”. The femme fatale can also be considered a projection of this ideal image. Freud emphasized that in the love-life of men the narcissistic woman presented a case of returning to the lost narcissism, to restore a state of existence in an objective less world. It is not surprising that the male’s fantasy of the femme fatale contemplates the danger of self-destruction in love. This fantasy demonstrates a rejection of aggression directed toward the object of love, the object of submission.
Because Cassio is distraught from the sequences that occurred earlier, he confides to Iago for advice. After recommending him to talk to Desdemona and Cassio leaving, he finally figures out his plan to destroy Othello. He first starts off with realizing his irony of helping Cassio while trying to be evil at the same time. It has been so easy for Iago to mold the other characters into his plan that it is hilarious to him. At this point, it is questioning to the audience of the continuation of his plot.
The Tragedy of Doctor Faustus is about a wise doctor falling from his high position trying to learn necromancy by selling his soul to Lucifer. During the tragedy, he second guesses himself a lot thinking about the joys he deprives himself, but is too scared to repent back to God fearing Lucifer’s wrath. Seeing his predicament, one can feel bad for Faustus and think Lucifer is the reason for the fall of the doctor. However, upon closer reading of the tragedy, it is clear that Faustus falls from his own character flaw. He acts impulsively, and is greedy for power and knowledge, while being too ashamed and cowardly to repent.
If vengeance was Prospero’s motive, there might have been more of an incentive to sink the ship along with its passengers at the beginning. Shakespeare makes it easy for you to put yourself in Prospero’s shoes and expect that he would want what is natural to man, revenge. The audience finds themselves wanting Prospero to enact justice on his enemies. The audience tends to get caught up in this, only to find themselves disappointed when they do not get the revenge plot they were expecting. Shakespeare creates an illusion that urges the reader to think a certain way.
Ill agrees that he had committed a crime calling it “an old story” in a conversation with the Butler. But eventually, it can be seen that Ill got punished for his sins. After buying his way out of the case, Ill marries Matilda Blumhardt. As Claire explains “Then you married Matilda Blumhardt with her little general store” shows that Ill married Matilda for the general store as she was considered one of the wealthy families in Guellen. It can reasonably inferred that Ill was not happy
She paints the disgusting truth in blood. Halsey starts her speech, with a story of her friend Sam. She describes the setting of a Planned Parenthood waiting room. Sam and Halsey were waiting for a pregnancy test, because Sam was raped by a man who worked in the after school program. Sam is hoping she doesn’t need an abortion because she couldn’t afford it, and then her parents who be angry.
Montresor 's plan was to succeed that Fortunato will become extremely drunk and Montresor will have his successful revenge due to master of reverse psychology and irony. When they were already at the secret place, Montresor masked Fortunato alive. The irony is that the story changed a day of celebration to murder. The important point to the story is the anticipation that foretells a sense of intuition, which Poe’s usage of eloquent words and images that construct a setting that is matching to the story 's ominous plot. The story portrays how revenge is bittersweet, which shows that revenge is rarely as satisfying as we anticipate and often leaves the retaliator less content in the long run.
His life takes an unexpected turn after his mother gives him away to her unorthodox therapist without any warning. The Finch family lived a completed different life from his own. They had the right to take drugs and talk rudely to his parents. Augusten felt isolated because of his difference of not talking back and taking drugs. After living many years with the Finch family, Deirdre admits to him that his therapist doctor, Mr. Finch had sexually abused her during one of her treatment.
The Cask of Amontillado - A Symbolic Character Analysis Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” is a grim revenge story escalated by a minor transgression taken unconventionally by the main character. “The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge” - Montresor. Evidently, Montresor’s reaction to being insulted is surreal and play into his personality as the story unfolds. Montresor believes the only way to right such an offence is to kill his own friend. However, such a brash action is not villainized within the context of “The Cask of Amontillado” instead it is used to explore the way that Montresor thinks as an individual.